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Old 04-08-2014, 10:31 PM
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After more than a year of research, collaboration, correspondence with dozens of other hobbyists, I have launched AuratusMorphs.com - Home

This website is a grassroots effort to identify the various morphs and lines of the poison dart frog Dendrobates auratus that are kept in the North American hobby. Through the generous and dedicated effort of many poison dart frog hobbyists, this website is able to present the compiled information and images of Dendrobates auratus.

I have a great passion for dendrobates auratus, an amazing, under appreciated, often confusing species of dart frog. I don't have to tell you that the online morph guides are inadequate, out-of-date, and their use of one representative photo does not do this variable species justice.

Thank you to the current contributors who have shared photos and information to get this website going.

If you have photos or information to contribute, please contact me! You will notice that several morphs are not represented with photos, and others could use more representative photos.
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I often think that auratus are truly the most breathtaking of PDFs. It's certainly their due to have their own showcase. I'm looking forward to reading the morph information more thoroughly
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Awesome idea! I'll definitely be following your progress with this.

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Do you need any photos? I was looking through your site and saw the the photos for Nicaraguan and Highland Bronze were missing. I have both of those frogs and would be happy to share some photos if you need them.
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Old 04-09-2014, 01:17 AM
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Do you need any photos? I was looking through your site and saw the the photos for Nicaraguan and Highland Bronze were missing. I have both of those frogs and would be happy to share some photos if you need them.
Yes please. e-mail photos to [email protected]
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Nice work Joe! It's going right into my favorites!

A few MINOR suggestions.

1) Make the pictures a link to the relevant page, not just the text.

2) Cite sources of information when possible.

3) For this page Golden - AuratusMorphs.com I would like to suggest you change this sentence: "The location in Panama of the wild population from which this spectacular morph originates is unknown."

Unless this frog is discovered in the wild (don't hold your breath) then the onus to prove that this frog is not a genetic mutation is on those who export or import this frog. It should not be assumed that it's hiding somewhere in Panama.

4) Re-size the pictures larger or at least offer some very large pictures so that this species can be more easily appreciated.

Overall, a great resource!
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It looks like it has lots of potential and will be a nice reference when it's complete. Any plans on including general distribution maps and habitat photos (if available) with each morph profile?

Obviously it's still under construction, but a few things you should think about include: alphabetizing the morph list, making all of the photos the same size (or at least adding a border to each photo to give them the appearance of being the same size) - this would give the page a more streamlined-look - and, of course, an auratus photo on the home page!
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Old 04-09-2014, 02:33 AM
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This is fantastic! Do you plan on stopping with auratus or tackling other species?
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Old 04-09-2014, 02:59 AM
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Thanks for the input, keep the feedback coming.

The stated purpose of the website is to catalogue auratus morphs in the North American frog hobby with multiple representative photos. A project to catalogue the morphs as they are in the wild, with distribution maps and habitat photos is far beyond the scope of anything I can do.

I will change my sentence regarding the golden auratus, as their origin is indeed murky and controversial.

I think ranitomeya, Tincs, pumilio and others could use an up-to-date assessment and catalogue morph guide, but I won't be the one to tackle that!
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Old 04-09-2014, 03:04 AM
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I'm not sure it is feasible to site sources... I used a little of everything... Various websites, other morph guides, breeders websites, and then a TON of reading through threads here on dendroboard, and then hundreds of emails and private messages.

For example... I really wanted to know if the camo auratus that joshsfrogs and understory enterprises had were the old Melancon line, or what I had stumbled upon as a reference to an SNDF line... Several emails later between Zach, Elaine, and Marcus, I confirmed that they were indeed from SNDF and that Marcus said they came in with a 2006 import.

It's hard to cite conversations.
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It's hard to cite conversations.
Joe, I could only come up with three reasons why you might think it's hard. Is it any one of these resons?

1) Because it takes a lot of time to do.
2) Because you are not sure how.
3) Because you believe the effort outweighs the value.

According to the website wikiHow "The purpose for citing is to let readers know that a specific piece of information you're providing has a source, other than your own observation or reasoning. In many cases, the strength and credibility of your work depends on the validity of your sources..."

You have a list of contributors. Perhaps at the least, you would want to put the contributor's name on the relevant page, instead of listing them all on one page.

In the end, it's your website. If you do nothing more with it than you have, I still think it's very good!
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:20 AM
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my hesitation is from not knowing how to do so in a concise way. I suppose it could be as easy as "confirmed via conversation with Rob Melancon" unless you can suggest a different format.

it could be easy enough to cite other websites… for example I used wikipedia for the information about the hawaiian auratus (what year, how many, what island) and I used other morph guides as well as Frank Steinman's Leaf litter Article.

It may not happen right away, but I'll work on this!


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Joe, I could only come up with three reasons why you might think it's hard. Is it any one of these resons?

1) Because it takes a lot of time to do.
2) Because you are not sure how.
3) Because you believe the effort outweighs the value.

According to the website wikiHow "The purpose for citing is to let readers know that a specific piece of information you're providing has a source, other than your own observation or reasoning. In many cases, the strength and credibility of your work depends on the validity of your sources..."

You have a list of contributors. Perhaps at the least, you would want to put the contributor's name on the relevant page, instead of listing them all on one page.

In the end, it's your website. If you do nothing more with it than you have, I still think it's very good!
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Hey Joe!

I haven't allowed myself much time to browse through Dendroboard lately. Been staying busy with work and been trying to stay busy with the Frog Cave. I'm so glad I stumbled across here this morning! Very cool and thanks for your hard work! It's a great start and I will be eagerly watching it's growth!

I was even more surprised and honored to see you chose to use some of my photos. Thank you! It looks like you used them from the website. I apologize, I haven't updated that in some time (and there's a whole lot of changes/additions I could add!). If you go to the facebook page and look through the albums, then you'll find I've added a few more pics there. For example, the Microspots have a few better pics (https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...9259402&type=3). Of course, you're always more than welcome to use them. I'm still at the 5 morphs of Auratus- Blue & Black, Costa Rican, Camo, Microspot, and Hawaiian.

Keep up the hard work!

Oh, and I'll make sure to throw a link to your site up on Facebook too.

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Wow, 894 unique visitors to the website in its first 12 hours!

If you have any photos of aurtatus, please contact me. One key element to my vision for this site is that each morph be represented by dozens of photos to really set this apart from any other morph guide done before!
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Fantastic idea and site!!
I hope other follow your lead for Ranitomeya and Tincs
very well done
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love it, who wants to do ranitomeya?
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Great job!
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Not sure how long it has been up, but I've already been checking out the site a few times... Very nice, good to see this species getting some love.

I picked up some superblues at local show, price was to good to pass on, but I still want some of those green and white!
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I'm grateful for the 8 or so people who have sent me pictures and information since the site launched a week ago! I've added all that has been sent my way, but am still in need of representative pictures for several morphs!
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I like what you did! Great job! I'd like someone to do the same with pums!
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Great website. I'll be picking up 4 Nicaraguans from AZDR that I have reserved in a few weeks once their new tank has had time to settle in. If you would like pictures of them I'll send you some once I pick them up.
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As someone who is new to the hobby and will be getting auratus, I VERY much appreciate this website.
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Old 10-14-2014, 08:30 PM
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AuratusMorphs.com - Home got an updaye today.

thanks to 5 new contributors, the site got 27 new photos.

we are now only missing photo representation for 3 morphs. (out of 31)

I just want to reiterate that ALL photos and information is welcome. While I've taken on this project, my role is to compile information and photos, but it is the many hobbyists themselves who make it possible. My vision for the site was that each morph would be represented by dozens of photos (rather than just one) and that the cumulative knowledge of the hobby would be represented with regards to morphs, lines, import dates, variation, etc...
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you should consider making those pictures clickable to the full resolution so they're not tiny thumbnails
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Great site! Makes me interested in some more auratus.

One thing, under capira the first picture says it's by Ray but it's john clares and he marked it.
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Looking over your site,there are a few small errors and s few morphs missing. As you know and state, I spent some time in Panama collecting frogs (when it was legal, but still difficult) which allowed me to be lucky enough to introduce a few races into the hobby. I will send you some info and images regarding the errors and you can decide to up date or not. Are you only interested in morphs that are in the hobby, if you are wanting to include all morphs, you are missing a few that I know of including the jet black and paper white one from the SAR from Caribbean Eastern Panama.
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Ian, I am focusing on only what is in the hobby as I have no way to account accurately for what is in the wild.

I would very much welcome any information and clarification you can provide.
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what are the three that are missing from your body of work?
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I don't have any photos for pastores, kuna yala, or San Felix. Not surprisingly, these are very uncommon in the hobby.
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You've already got several super blue pics, but feel free to use this one if you want...



Also, I'm all for including pics/info on morphs not in the hobby when available... my 2 cents
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Thanks for the pic Dave.

Based on what info Ian and others can provide me about wild morphs not represented in the hobby, I may consider adding those to the site.

Previously, any info I had about morphs in the wild would have simply been copy-pasted of other online morph guides, or plagiarism of frank Steinman's work from leaf litter magazine.
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Thank you for going through all the effort to put up this site. This is one species of dart frog I haven't kept but it's nice having a visual reference for all the different morphs of D. auratus.
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I am so much of a "noob" despite the number of posts...posts are really irrelevant because of responses that are humorous, etc. This thread is really important to someone like me to actually see a whole page of the differences...and it enables someone like me to click and explore the differences...a wonderful effort..bravo..
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Here's a picture of D. auratus "Pastores' in Habitat you can/may use.
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I also have a few wild Pastores auratus pictures I can dig up and send over.
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lost domain... add a hyphen

Auratus-Morphs.com - Home
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Looks like both the original url and the revised, hyphenated one, are both offline now?
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The OP hasn't logged in here for about 11 months, and it looks like thefrograck.com hasn't been updated for about as long, so I'm not sure you'll get a response.
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Bring this back!!
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Bring this back!!
Yes, do, and please let us know when you've finished it.

Seriously -- if you want this, just do it. Here's what it was like:

https://web.archive.org/web/20150328...us-morphs.html

Get a Weebly site, beg pictures from people, and learn enough about the morphs to write something intelligent about each one. Might be fun.
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